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Winter 2018

Uncover the hidden aspects of our world in a season dedicated to art and science.

New exhibition, 'Broken Symmetries', brings together ten new commissions by international artists who creatively explore the complex notions and key concepts of fundamental scientific research.

See the new works at FACT until March 2019 and join us a wide-ranging programme of talks, workshops and film screenings, offering a variety of approaches into the themes and subjects covered by the exhibition.

Highlights

Mark Blower 180919 Yunchul Kim Kcc 0035

Exhibition

Broken Symmetries

Uncover the hidden aspects of our world in this new international exhibition.

Latest articles

Virtual Tour: Broken Symmetries

Explore a virtual tour of internationally touring exhibition, Broken Symmetries. Created in collaboration with Arts at Cern, this exhibition brings together artists who aim to understand and question the physical world by navigating the shifting realities of modern science.

by Jess Fairclough

Broken Symmetries Gallery 1 Photo by Rob Battersby

Does time travel exist and will solar power save our planet?

The Digital Ambassadors (FACT's creative and digital programme for older adults) have been working closely with physicists from The University of Liverpool to demystify the world of science and find out how it’s occurring in our everyday lives.

by Jess Fairclough

Digital Ambassadors FACT Liverpool STEAM Broken Symmetries